Radio Crystal Blue/RCB Novus Ordo 4/13/14 show

Radio Crystal Blue Novus Ordo is a weekly podcast that spotlights brand new music from songwriters and bands. Most of the new music from these artists eventually get heard on my companion radio program, Radio Crystal Blue.


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This show was published 4/11/14

Beautiful Gambler “Not Of This Earth” – Love Where CD
Fried Goat “Roller Derby Queen” – s/t CD
Johnny Cox “I’m Fine” – Thin Blue Line CD
Katie Glassman & Snapshot “Good Times Gone By” – Dream A Little Dream CD
Kate MacLeod “The Annual Menhaden” – Kate MacLeod at Ken Sanders Rare Books CD
Running time 47 minutes

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Radio Crystal Blue is my 13-year-old freeform radio program, usually publishing Wednesdays or Thursdays in podcast format.


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Artists who are sharing gigs are denoted with *

This show was published on 4/18/14.

Opening music: Geoffrey Armes “Clay Clusters” – Hemisphere CD
Spuyten Duyvil “Scratch” – Temptation CD
Kagero “Gypsy Connection” – Gumbo Du Jour CD
The Late Saints “Stolidi Pensieri” – Bazaar Bizarre CD
Song Dogs “Careless” – Wild Country CD
Dylan Sneed “Selfish Boy” – Texodus CD
Fred Gillen Jr. “Walking That Line” – Silence Of The Nigth CD
Schwervon! “American Idle” – Courage CD
*Sirsy “Goner” – Goner & Other Sordid Delights EP
*John Brodeur “Second Time” – Little Hopes CD
*Nine Times Blue “Sometimes” – Matter Of Time EP
Dan Miraldi “I Still Wish She Was Mine” – Devil At Our Heels EP
Tommy Z “I Got Your Back” – Sometimes CD
CD FOCUS: An occasional series spotlighting a top compilation or concept album.
David Uosikkinen’s In The Pocket project continues with its latest edition: Essential Songs Of Philadelphia: Sessions. Here, the drummer for The Hooters joins 2 fellow members (Rob Hyman, Eric Bazilian), along with other artists with Philly roots and sing songs that also were born and bred here. More info at
I spun these:
“Open My Eyes” (original song by The Nazz, Todd Rundgren’s first prominent band. This version features Jeffrey Gaines on lead vox)
“Disco Inferno” (original song by The Trammps. This new version includes a rap by West Philly’s own Schooly D)
Jenn Friedman “Eden” – On The Wire CD
The Portraits “Malala” – Life In Sepia CD
Elisa Peimer “Set To Fly” – Pull Of The Moon CD
Jean Mann “Lonesome Bones” – Between The Rocks And Stars CD
*Karen Collins & The Backroads Band “Salvation Saloon” – No Yodeling On The Radio CD
*SI Kahn and the Looping Brothers “Sunday Evening” – Aragon Mill CD
Nerissa & Katryna Nields “Ten Year Tin” – The Full Catastrophe CD
*Raina Rose “Woodsmoke” – Caldera CD
*Matt The Electrician “Suitcase” – It’s a beacon, it’s a bell CD
Patti DeRosa “Can’t Hear Her Fall” – Packing My Bags: Patti D Live CD
Eric Lambert & Friends “Senorita” – Maiden Voyage CD
Andrew Calhoun “Freedom Road” – Living Room CD

Closing music: Pharaoh’s Daugher ‘By Way Of Haran” – Haran CD

Running time: 181 minutos
Atmosphere: deep gypsy soul
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